- 4 Year
- LOUISVILLE, KY
Bellarmine University Reviews
Rating 3.73 out of 5 703 reviews
Bellarmine is an amazing school with a great roster of teachers there. The amount of times I was able to go to my professors for help outside of regular class time was a true godsend. They are always willing to help because they WANT to see you succeed! It’s an amazing school and I am super proud to call myself a Knight!
I am currently a freshman, and I haven't enjoyed my experience so far. Many of my peers are not enjoying it either and I feel as if professors have lost their motivation and drive to teach. The campus is small and nice takes about a 6-minute walk tops to classes from the dorms. Food is a hit or miss. Personally, for me, it is hard to make friends and find a sense of belonging. I've also heard how the school has taken away some majors and many professors complain about how Bellarmine as a school has made terrible decisions over the years. I definitely feel like this school has gone downhill over the years.
It was good. I feel like I have an enriching experience here and that the school excels in connecting with students as well as educating them.
Bellarmine is a great community that helps you build your sense of self. The education you receive at Bellarmine is more tailored and made for you because of the 13:1 student to faculty ratio and how many advisors each student has. Bellarmine is a great school and has many great programs to get involved in.
Bellarmine is small enough that it feels like home and large enough that it has all the fun! Bellarmine allows me to be me.
I like the small classroom sizes and student to professor ratio. This makes it much easier to get help from professors and make friends to study with.
As an incoming freshman, I have had the best experience in my time at Bellarmine University. The faculty is extremely helpful in aiding students in finding their passion and the field that is best for them. they truly care about the students and where their goals lie.
I would like to see some more renovations, especially since they are increasing number of students every year.
Bellarmine has become my home away from home. Everyone on campus from other students to professors and staff becomes one big family. I am so proud to be able to say that I attend Bellarmine and I am grateful to all the connections I have established as a student here. Getting involved in student organizations has allowed me to make so many connections I never thought I would gain from a university and the staff genuinely cares about every student enrolled. From my advisor to my professors, to admissions personnel and the deans, I have truly been provided with the best support system that a school can offer.
Bellarmine has an extremely friendly atmosphere. It is so easy to connect with new people and make friends. The professors here get to know the students personally because the class sizes are so small.
The first year I spent at Bellarmine was freshman bliss frankly. its a small campus, easy to make friends, easy to find classes. to be frank I think its going to close within the next four years. Bellarmine is really going down into the ground. a significant amount of majors were cut and many are on the way to being cut. I wouldn't waste your time here.
Bellarmine is a fairly small but open school. I love the smaller classes and emphasis on making connections. They provide lots of support and services for their students which I have been able to make good use of them to transition into college. The student population may not be the most diverse, but Bellarmine they have spaces and programs to make sure we feel welcomed and inclusive.
This is the worst college I have seen in my life. The campus looks cool and I like walking around, but the enjoyment ends once you step inside. I have heard many times in the hallways of staff bragging about how much money they get from students meanwhile the students are working their a$$es off and get little free time. Most people are in their dorms, most of the people are never to be seen and empty hallways is a common occurence. Teachers put very little effort into the coursework, and will give out very few tests so if you don't do well on just one you could easily fail the class. Teachers will lower your grade for missing class, even if it's because you legally can't because you have Covid. The dorm conditions are poor and I have heard many people complain of it being too cold in winter. Often I will see students stressed and on edge about failing their classes. Most of my teachers never listened to students unless they confirm their own ideologies. This is not a christian place.
This school feel like home for me. The staff are always willing to help with any problem and the community is so tight knit you can guarantee making friends.
Bellarmine is a welcoming campus there are tons of people to talk to and they are super sweet. The food here is mainly hit or miss. But the academics are so fantastic the teachers work with you to succeed and are super easy to understand. I love going here overall and am grateful for the people I've met.
I feel that bellarmine was the best fit for me now and when I was a senior in high school. Bellarmine is small, but also has hints of being a big school. The social events are really fun and I enjoy being a student here!
I have had some professors who were amazing and so helpful and others who just didn't care about me as a person and were very rude. Overall, everyone is very kind to each other. All the professors have high expectations so you have to work hard but it's worth it to really understand the material.
Bellarmine is an amazing university that prepares individuals for the real world. What I like about bellarmine is their staff, the atmosphere, and the architecture. The staff are there to support students on their journey to successful carriers. When I toured bellarmine I knew right there and then that it was the college for me.
Bellarmine is an outstanding academic school with a solid sports program that is only growing since the move to D1. Almost all professors are super nice and great teachers. Most of them are on Rate My Professor. The student activities available are great as well. Lots of tickets for free events in Louisville. The only downside to the school is the dining. The dining hall on campus leaves much to be desired.
I love the community we have at Bellarmine. Everyone is so nice and accepting. The school really look out for your health and wellness.